4.0922 OUCS UNIX/SGML Job Announcement (1/41)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 22 Jan 91 17:46:19 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 0922. Tuesday, 22 Jan 1991.

Date: Mon, 21 Jan 91 11:51 GMT
From: Lou Burnard <LOU@VAX.OXFORD.AC.UK>
Subject: BNC/OUCS jobs requiring SGML/UNIX expertise

Oxford University Computing Service

The BNC is a major DTI/SERC funded collaborative venture, the goal of
which is the creation and distribution of a 100 million word on-line
corpus of English text, for use in linguistics research. Major
participants in the three year project are Oxford University Press
(OUP), Longman Group UK Ltd, the British Library and the Universities of
Oxford and Lancaster. Other participants may join the Consortium at a
later stage.

Oxford University Computing Service (OUCS) is now recruiting for the
following fulltime three-year posts in connexion with the BNC Project,
to start as soon as possible:

(Research Scale Grade II: #16,755 - #22,311 p.a.)

To take responsibility for day to day management and design of the
project within OUCS and to run its computing facilities. Applicants
should be graduates with significant experience of a production UNIX
system, preferably in a text processing environment. They should have
(or be prepared to acquire) an in-depth knowledge of SGML.

(Research Scale Grade IA #11,399 - #18,165 p.a.)

To provide technical support in the areas of text conversion, system
management or database management. The ideal candidate will have special
skills in string processing and a detailed practical knowledge of SGML
as well as experience of programming in a Unix environment.

Application forms, further details of both posts and background
information on the Project are available from:
Judith Thompson, OUCS, 13 Banbury Rd, Oxford OX2 6NN
(tel. 0865 273230, e-mail JUDITH@UK.AC.OXFORD.VAX)

Completed application forms should be returned to arrive not later than
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The University of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.